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    Amy Rohrbach 

Detective Amy Rohrbach

Species: Human

Played by: Lindsey Gort

Appearances: Titans

Dick's partner in the force and one of the few honest cops in Detroit.


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    Melissa Roth 

Melissa Roth

Species: Human

Played by: Sherilyn Fenn

Appearances: Titans

Rachel's adoptive mother.


    Angela Azarath 

Angela Azarath

Species: Human

Played by: Rachel Nichols

Appearances: Titans

Rachel's biological mother, who went missing years ago.


    Marie Granger 

Marie Granger

Species: Human

Played by: Marina Sirtis

Appearances: Titans

Dawn's mother.


    Holly Granger 

Holly Granger

Species: Human

Dawn's sister.


    Alfred Pennyworth 

Alfred Pennyworth

Species: Human

Batman's butler and confidant.


  • The Ghost: Only appears as a voice through flashback and when Dick phones him.
  • Morality Pet: His presence helps keep Batman sane and grounded. After his death, Batman goes overboard with no one to hold him back. At least that's how it goes in Trigon's dreamworld.
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    James Gordon 

Commissioner James Gordon

Species: Human

The head of the Gotham City Police Department.


  • The Commissioner Gordon: The Trope Namer and one for Batman as his ally on the police force.
  • The Ghost: Only mentioned by Jason after he is killed in the line of duty.
  • Morality Pet: His presence helps keep Batman sane and grounded. After his death, Batman goes overboard with no one to hold him back. [At least that's how it goes in Trigon's dreamworld.

    Jericho Wilson 

Jericho Wilson

Species: Human

Played by: Chella Man

Appearances: Titans

The son of Slade Wilson and half-brother of Rose.
  • Adaptational Name Change: It appears Jericho is his actual name in this series rather than a codename, when in the comics his name was Joe Wilson. This may have been done to avoid confusion with Kane Wolfman from Arrow.
  • Composite Character: The Jericho in-universe has the name and characteristics of Joseph Wilson yet the circumstances of his death and the ripple effect that it has had on the rest of the cast is more akin to his late brother Grant in the comics.
  • Posthumous Character: He's been allegedly dead since before the series started.
  • Racelift: In the comics, Joey is white and blonde. In this series, he's portrayed by a Chinese American actor.
  • The Speechless: He can't talk and is only able to communicate through sign language. It's implied from a scar on his throat that he lost his voice from an assault.
  • Witness Protection: He and his mother seem to be hiding from Slade.

Doom Patrol Characters

    Kate Steele 

Kate Steele

Species: Human

Played by: Katie Gunderson

Appearances: Doom Patrol

Kate Steele was the wife of Cliff Steele.


    Clara Steele 

Clara Steele

Species: Human

Played by: Bethany Anne Lind, Sydney Kowalske (flashback)

Appearances: Doom Patrol

Clara is the daughter of Cliff Steele.


  • Daddy's Girl: Clara loves her father very much in her early childhood.
  • Sole Survivor: She is the only survivor after her parents were killed in a car accident.
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    Sheryl Trainor 

Sheryl Trainor

Species: Human

Played by: Julie Mc Niven

Appearances: Doom Patrol

Sheryl Trainor is Larry Trainor's ex-wife.


  • Awful Wedded Life: She had a very unhappy marriage since her husband, Larry rarely comes home and spend time with the family. This is one of the reason why she left him and take the kids with her after his accident.
  • Killed Offscreen: In "Francis Patrol", according to Larry, she died of cancer in 1989.

    Silas Stone 

Dr. Silas Stone

Species: Human

Played by: Phil Morris

Appearances: Doom Patrol

Victor's father and a scientist who rebuilt him as a cyborg.


  • Adult Fear: He loses his wife in an accident which also almost took his son's life.
    • His dismissal of the Doom Patrol as a bunch of "circus freaks" takes on a new light when it turns out he knew Niles was essentially using them as lab rats and likely feared that Niles was trying to use his son for his own experiments.
  • Alliterative Name: Silas Stone.
  • Foil: With Niles Caulder. The two men are well-respected scientists who worked wonders to save lives and worked with the Bureau of Normalcy, so different degrees. But while Niles is friendly and affable, Silas is cold and distant. Both did risky operations of love for their children, but while Niles hurt numerous others to do so, Silas generally avoided crossing any moral lines. Silas even resents the implication that he and Niles are the same sort of man.
  • Parents as People: He really does want what's best for his son, but his controlling nature and evasiveness pushes the two apart and makes Vic susceptible to believe Mr. Nobody's lie that Silas programmed him with Fake Memories.
    • After Cyborg's Heroic BSOD, he's stuck between respecting his son's wishes and encouraging him to get out into the world again.
  • Sadistic Choice: It turns out that his wife didn't die in the accident but once they reached Star Labs it was only possible to save one of them. Niles convinced him to save Vic.
  • Second Episode Introduction: Debuted in Doom Patrol Episode 2.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: He does not take kindly to Niles advising him to be warm to his son, considering its coming from the man who's done as much damage to the Doom Patrol as he has.

     Elinore Stone 

Elinore Stone

Species: Human

Played by: Charmin Lee

Appearances: Doom Patrol

Victor's mother, who died in the same accident that turned Vic into Cyborg.

  • Chekhov's Gunman: She knew about Niles' scheme to create the Doom Patrol and was disgusted enough to tell Silas.
  • Dead All Along: Naturally, the twist being she died a little later than Vic was lead to believe.
  • Older Than They Look: She looked the same age in 1988 as she does 26 years later.
  • Posthumous Character: Died before the start of the series.

    Elliot Patterson 

Elliot Patterson

Species: Human

Played by: Ted Sutherland

Appearances: Doom Patrol

Elliot also known as the Unwritten Book, who is destine to summon the Decreator and bring the world disappear.


  • Abusive Parents: His mother didn't care about him and she only think of him as a book to used him to summon the Decreator when he turns 18.
    • Subverted with his father since does care for him deeply and the last thing he do was warning his son before he gets killed by his wife.
  • The Anti-Christ: He is destine to be read by the cult followers and summon the Decreator to bring the world to an end.
  • Driven to Suicide: Elliot tries this but can't bring himself to do it, even to save the world.
  • Killed Off for Real: He is one of several people killed by the Decreator.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: After Recreator restore everything back to normal, it is unknown if he's revived by the Recreator or permanent killed by the Decreator. However the next episode, Larry thinks Elliot choose to stay dead and he's never coming back instead of being revived by the Recreator.

     Joshua Clay 

Joshua Clay

Species: Metahuman

Played by: Alimi Ballard

Appearances: Doom Patrol

A teacher at a training academy run by the original Doom Patrol. In reality, he's their caretaker after they've long lost their minds.

  • The Atoner: He took on his current role at the "Academy" to repent for some horrible actions he committed while working for the US Government in the Bureau of Normalcy.
  • Broken Pedestal: Averted. He knows a very different Niles than the team does from their time in the Bureau of Normalcy together and is all too aware of the darkness Niles walks in but still has faith in him and encourages the team not to give up on him after they start discovering some of his less pleasant traits.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: A seemingly ordinary man just trying to keep the original Doom Patrol safe. He turns out to be the one responsible for Larry's fusion with the Negative Spirit and likely aided the creation of Rita Farr's condition.

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